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This article looks at the Egyptian Court ruling allowing re-marriage, and the Christian Church’s refusal to accept it.
This article details the Supreme Administrative Court’s final ruling to strip Egyptian men married to Israeli women, and their children, of Egyptian citizenship.
Councilor Ahmed Shams has been responsible for some of the most significant rulings throughout the last 40 years in which he has been a member of the judiciary. The most recent of these ruling is Copts' right to second marriage, a matter with which Pope Shenouda III refuses to comply. Key Words:...
Legal bodies question Muslim women’s rights to wear the niqāb during university exams. 
The Administrative Court postpones the ruling in convert Muhammad Hijāzī’s lawsuit against the president to November 17.
Al-Dustūr reports on the recent decision taken by the court concerning Bahā’īs and Muslim converts to Christianity
A number of appeals have been launched in different issues in the Supreme Administrative Court which is headed by Muhammad Ahmad al-Huaynī and have been either postponed or referred to another chamber in the court.
A convert’s lawyer blames the Azhar for not taking procedures to reveal medical and mental facts behind certain people’s will to convert to Islam.
The article reports the Egyptian church’s stance on the first bishop to be ordained by Maximus.
Last week, after five years of court cases the Supreme Administrative Court allowed Bahā’īs to leave the religion box blank on their official papers.


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